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In this webinar, we will explore Data Tags: How to use them, how to create custom tags, and some of the many creative ways people have used data tags to show information.
Learning Objectives:
- Learn how to apply existing data tags.
- Learn how to create a custom data tag style.
- Explore ways to utilize the data with functions.
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In this webinar, we will explore Data Tags: How to use them, how to create custom tags, and some of the many creative ways people have used data tags to show information.
Learning Objectives:
- Learn how to apply existing data tags.
- Learn how to create a custom data tag style.
- Explore ways to utilize the data with functions.
Register

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Architect user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how different Architectural Projects can be organized.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Architect.
3. Get an overview of Architecture Design tools.
4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Architect.
Register

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Landmark user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:


1. Familiarize yourself with the Vectorworks Landmark user interface.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Landmark.3. Get an overview and demonstration of different Landmark design tools.4. Understand file organizational concepts.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.Register

    

We hope to see you in-person or virtually at the DLA 2022 Hybrid Conference in&nbsp:Cambridge, Massachusetts at the&nbsp:Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), June 8-11, 2022.&nbsp:Be sure to stop by the Vectorworks booth or join one of our workshops to see what's new in Vectorworks Landmark 2022!&nbsp:Register

    

Join the next Austin Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
 
Date: Thursday, June 9
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. CT
Place: Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time.
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81309843091?pwd=eDk1aDBaNEVxY01vYWtGMEhVL2RhUT09  

Topic: Advanced Modeling + SubD

    

Alchemy’s Squam Lake house is a practical case study in selecting and using digital modeling tools to design complex geometries, communicating intent, and achieving their practical execution.
The house is metaphorically a box of trees. With an interior entirely of oak, it embraces the spirit of the densely-wooded site. The metaphoric trees bring in light and define spaces, circulation, storage, and a separate boathouse. The house was digitally modeled using BIM software, allowing the house’s envelope and tree forms to be CNC-fabricated. During this course, the BIM and algorithms-aided modeling process will be discussed, as well as the transfer and communication of this information to fabricators.
This session will also address the use of panelized construction as a sustainable construction approach, and the roll of BIM in communicating with the design and build team to meet Passive House Institute standards.
Learning Objectives:
Describe the role of digital modeling and digital fabrication in creating complex geometry to achieve improved daylighting, ventilation, and a connection to the outdoors in the Squam Lake House case study. Describe the process of achieving Passive House Certification using panelized prefabrication techniques to improve energy efficiency and indoor air quality. Analyze the roll of BIM (Building Information Modeling) in integrating Passive House Institute (PHI) energy standards. Summarize the utility of scripted algorithms as an iterative design tool. Register

    

Join the New York City Vectorworks Entertainment Community Group meeting:

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Date: Monday, June 13
Time: 5:30 p.m. ET - 8:00 p.m. ET
Place:&nbsp:Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time:
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/92699026002

Topic: Lighting designer and educator Joshua Benghiat presents the add-on plug-ins he developed to enhance entertainment industry workflows, including solutions for lighting and projection visualization, working with lineset schedules and sections, labeling positions, adding lights to the section, numbering objects, and selecting Lighting Devices.

    

Join the next St. Louis Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
 
Date: Monday, June 13
Time: 7:00 p.m. CT - 8:30 p.m. CT
Place: Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time.
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/5283847317?pwd=NGRCYzZBODUrMVNxMVloU0JMaHROUT09

Topic: More Annotations and Data Tags for Beginners – Including the Elevation Benchmark tool, and how to use Data Tags

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides an overview of using Vectorworks Spotlight to create, visualize, and document live entertainment productions. Attendees will explore the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits of using information modeling in the design phase to streamline workflows and increase efficiency. The session covers the user interface and demonstrates how to use specialized plug-ins, tools, and menu commands contained within Vectorworks Spotlight.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn how different Entertainment projects can be organized.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Spotlight.3. Get an overview of Spotlight design tools.4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Spotlight.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.6. Find out what next steps you need to take to be successful using Vectorworks.Register

    

With project schedules becoming increasingly more compressed, you may be looking for a new workflow that’s efficient, but also doesn’t hinder your creative process. One of the most straightforward ways to make a change in your building design process is by adopting a 3D modeling workflow. Incorporating this method will help you remain creative and meet shorter deadlines.
This presentation includes a brief history of what you draw in a building design workflow and compares the similarities and differences between a traditional, 2D workflow with a modern, 3D modeling workflow.
Learning Objectives:&nbsp:

Compare and contrast 2D drafting and 3D modeling workflows as they pertain to buildings. Define the scope, strengths, and basic principles of 3D modeling using data-rich objects. Discuss various tools and techniques used in developing 3D building models and the associated data. Consider how various software applications can share both geometry and data — increasing the efficiency of your process. Register

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Familiarize yourself with the user interface.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks.
3. Get an overview and demonstration of different digital design tools.
4. Understand file organizational concepts.
5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.
6. Find out what next steps you need to take to be successful using Vectorworks.
Register

    

Have you ever rushed to send out a set of drawings on Friday afternoon, and just as you hit send-- you realize all of your labels are referencing a page that no longer exists?! Let Vectorworks auto-coordination help you from making that mistake again! This Coffee Break will look at drawing coordination, hyperlinks, and back-references.Learning Objectives:- Setting up drawing auto-coordination- Understanding back references- Creative uses of hyperlinksRegister

    

Have you ever rushed to send out a set of drawings on Friday afternoon, and just as you hit send-- you realize all of your labels are referencing a page that no longer exists?! Let Vectorworks auto-coordination help you from making that mistake again! This Coffee Break will look at drawing coordination, hyperlinks, and back-references.Learning Objectives:- Setting up drawing auto-coordination- Understanding back references- Creative uses of hyperlinksRegister

    

Join the South Bay Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
 
Date: Monday, June 20
Time: 1:00 p.m. PT - 2:00 p.m. PT
Place: Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time:
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/92745150743?pwd=a3pPOXZxb0YvbUtPa1NBazlDQW5EUT09

Topic: The Fence Railing Tool

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Architect user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn how different Architectural Projects can be organized.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Architect.
3. Get an overview of Architecture Design tools.
4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Architect.
Register

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks Landmark user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:


1. Familiarize yourself with the Vectorworks Landmark user interface.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Landmark.3. Get an overview and demonstration of different Landmark design tools.4. Understand file organizational concepts.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.Register

    

Join the next Seattle Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
Date: Wednesday, June 22
Time: 10:30 a.m. PT - 11:30 a.m. PT
Place: Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time:
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/96014099684 

Topics: Site model - grading around a building. See the June 28 meeting details for the second meeting on site modeling grading here.

    

With GDTF and MVR, the promise of a simplified entertainment industry is no longer a dream — it’s a reality.
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In this webinar, Brandon Eckstorm, Vectorworks product marketing manager, will show you how GDTF and MVR is changing the game in the entertainment industry. You’ll also learn how to use GDTF and MVR with your favorite design and visualization software: Vectorworks Spotlight and Vision.

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Learning Objectives:

Assigning GDTFs to specific fixtures.
Importing/Exporting MVR with Spotlight.
Import an MVR file in Vision. Register

    

Designing landscapes with sustainability in mind is no longer a matter of preference but one of meeting jurisdictional requirements. Site designers are increasingly leaning on design software and online resources to make their current design workflows easier, and also to help meet the new obligations in water-efficient site design. By incorporating the water needs of proposed plants, designing hydrozones for irrigation and calculating water budgets, design applications help you to plan for beautiful landscapes that maximize water efficiency.
Attendees will:
Learn how to quickly define hydrozones that report water needs and areas. Recognize how documentation time is saved with pre-built MWELO and EPA worksheets that tabulate a project’s Landscape Water Requirement (LWR) / Estimated Total Water Use (ETWU) and compare to its Landscape Water Allowance (LWA) / Maximum Applied Water Allowance (MAWA). Understand design strategies used to incorporate non-potable water collection elements. Recognize how water needs data can be appended to reusable plant symbols, which can quickly fulfill your LEED/SITES/MWELO compliant proposed landscape plan.


Register

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides a basic overview of the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits available for the Vectorworks user to get started. This session explains the user interface and demonstrates how to use tools and menu commands to create and convert objects. Learn about classes, design layers, viewports, renderings, and sheet layers to present and annotate drawings and publish your work.
Learning Objectives:
1. Familiarize yourself with the user interface.
2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks.
3. Get an overview and demonstration of different digital design tools.
4. Understand file organizational concepts.
5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.
6. Find out what next steps you need to take to be successful using Vectorworks.
Register

    

Join the next Seattle Vectorworks Community Group meeting:
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: 10:30 a.m. PT - 11:30 a.m. PT
Place: Online, via Zoom. Join through the meeting link below at the scheduled time:
https://vectorworks.zoom.us/j/94349697954?pwd=b1BRYWJWWkw2cW1MWHhyWE1kM05xQT09

Topic: More site model grading

    

Please note, we offer this seminar at three different times, make sure to select your preferred time during registration. If you are located in Australia, these seminars will take place one day later than the date listed.


This introductory seminar provides an overview of using Vectorworks Spotlight to create, visualize, and document live entertainment productions. Attendees will explore the capabilities, concepts, resources, services, and benefits of using information modeling in the design phase to streamline workflows and increase efficiency. The session covers the user interface and demonstrates how to use specialized plug-ins, tools, and menu commands contained within Vectorworks Spotlight.

Learning Objectives:


1. Learn how different Entertainment projects can be organized.2. Understand the capabilities of Vectorworks Spotlight.3. Get an overview of Spotlight design tools.4. Learn about interoperability for Vectorworks Spotlight.5. Learn about the different design and learning resources that are available.6. Find out what next steps you need to take to be successful using Vectorworks.Register

    

In this Coffee Break, we will learn how to use the tools and commands in the Spotlight Workspace to organize, number, and patch lighting devices.Learning Objectives:- Explore Lighting Device Object Info- Spotlight Preferences...- Explore Spotlight Numbering Dialog- Explore Spotlight Patch Dialog- Build a Label Legend To Display DataRegister

    

In this Coffee Break, we will learn how to use the tools and commands in the Spotlight Workspace to organize, number, and patch lighting devices.Learning Objectives:- Explore Lighting Device Object Info- Spotlight Preferences...- Explore Spotlight Numbering Dialog- Explore Spotlight Patch Dialog- Build a Label Legend To Display DataRegister

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